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    Hey!

    I apologize for not stopping by and commenting on your wonderful progress sooner! I just skimmed the first page of your SB, before I looked back at all of your newer work- such a difference! You always had the power (and by power, I mean earned skill) of gesture and character in your work, but your pages of studies- especially the life drawing work (which, by the way, is gorgeous... such simple curves that convey so much form and feeling)- has really pushed you forward in terms of both aforementioned qualities.

    I can't stop ogling your numbered, ink life drawings, and your newest character sheet- the shape of the skull, the character in the facial expressions (especially the lipseseses), and the fluid curvature of the lines makes for a wonderful animated entity. Almost makes me miss animation... almost. ;}

    Dude, I'm totally up for oCing sometime (soon). I'm interested to see how our styles will mix if we collab.
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    2 portraits form todays event.

    Sway West: No worries, no worries, but glad you could make it in. Thank you! glad you like what you see, and i hope it fuels your own creative fires.
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    killer stuff, those tiny animations are the shit dude. very impressive
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    Fuck man those character designs are so good, especially the Character wealk runs, im assuming what you do there is draw the character over and over again till you get a look you like?

    Those self portraits are fantastic as well, what program are you using? I think you've been a big influence on my painting style, now that i look at my stuff compared to yours.
    can't wait for the next update!
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    I see you've got a reputation with your name homeslice. Action says it all. Great gestures and lovely studies. Thanks for sharing! XD
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    Speedy from tonight. about 45 minutes using painter X, chalk and sargent brush.
    I actually dig the concept a bit, and might bring it up to a finished level at some point.

    Kicek: Thanks dude! They are fucking hard as hell to do too! so Im glad all the hard work actually pays off somewhat

    Taj: Yes, you are correct. If I have a general idea, I will just light table over making minor changes until i have something I dig. I generally only use Painter these days, doing minor level checks and stuff in PS. Keep drawin dude!

    Beelow: hahaha Thanks dude! Must have been all those action movies i watched as a kid.
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    Hi Amazing Action Ape, you do great work. This really caught me,it would be cool to see it finished like you said.
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    wow, you realy have some dynamic lines.
    do you have any printed comicwork? i like your cartoon-style!
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    put in another 30 minutes on this bad boy this evening. I dont have much free time to work on this between school work and a few commissions, but itll slowly come together.

    Dextermcspice: Thank you man, hope you like the new direction.

    Arne S: Thanks man! I only have a small locally published in ottawa thing out, its from like 3 years ago and isnt worth looking at though. Expect something hardcopy in the next year or two? (who knows at this point man)
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    Really neat stuff. Very inspirational.
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    Stuff from this years royal winter fair. I was really feeling under the weather both times i went, so I never got a chance to break out the watercolours or anything. Bummer man.

    Jason Borne: Thanks dude.
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    Hey man, haven't dropped you a line in ages, sorry.

    Looks like your stuff is as solid and lively as ever. And you've definitely put together some more color/painted stuff. Are you going into an animation career, specifically, BTW?

    Only crits I have to offer are I'd like to see more finished compositions. Seems like you need to work on 'bringing it all together'. Also, more use of 'focal point'. The class-assigned color/value studies of a bathroom(?) that you did a while back were a step in the right direction.

    Other than that, everything looks really strong. Excelsior!

    PS yeah I know "school beating my ass" = "no time for finished compositions" You can owe it to us at the end of the semester
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    hey bludhund, you bring up valid points, all of which i agree with and need to do more of. And I thank you for saying that. I am however dropping this sketchbook completely. I just cant compete with the people that update like 12 times a day and then get pages and pages of ass pats. Im glad the few of you who have replied and gave critiques to me have done that, and I am grateful. Im just tired of this place turning into a new age deviantart, so posting my work here, wont happen anymore.
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